Manufacturers and retailers change packaging and use displays and discounts to distract from higher costs.
High labor costs and supply shortages could spell higher prices at the checkout lane.
Food commodity prices have been rising steadily over the past several months, leading to an ever-more-expensive supply chain.
Supermarkets don’t have much leeway to absorb higher food costs, so they're quickly passed on to consumers.
With the pandemic, there are now 43 million people signed up for food assistance through SNAP.
For things like groceries and gasoline, prices are actually up.
Everything you ever wanted to know about inflation.
Food prices have been down all year. Yes, even turkey prices.
A common price index for chicken meat is raising questions.
What would be the economic effect if Americans wasted less food?